Siddur for Netzarim – Resource

Both of us (Avi & Posey) regularly pray some of the traditional Jewish prayers that can be found in a Jewish Siddur. What is a Siddur? Over the years we have reviewed many different Jewish Siddurs but never felt that we could pray the prayers exactly as written. We have looked at a few Messianic [Read On]

Personal Prayer for Shalom

Do you need peace today? Have you struggled with fear and feelings of anxiety? Do the things that you see ahead of you cause you to tremble and be faint-hearted? You are in good company because many of our Heroes in Scripture felt the very same way at times. Here is a personal prayer for [Read On]

Lessons from Psalm 100 Verse 3

Part 3 in the Psalm 100 Series There are many lessons from Psalm 100 that teach us about how to praise and worship the Lord our God. The Net Bible at says, “The psalmist celebrates the fact that Israel has a special relationship to God and summons worshipers to praise the Lord for his [Read On]

Aaronic Blessing

The Aaronic Blessing or Priestly Blessing can be found in Numbers 6:23 to 27. “Speak unto Aaron and unto his sons, saying, On this wise ye shall bless the children of Israel, saying unto them, YHWH bless thee, and keep thee: YHWH make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee: YHWH lift [Read On]

Mankind was Created to Worship God – YHWH

This article, Mankind was Created to Worship  God – YHWH, is Part One in the series: Praise Worship & Prayer: Intertwined and Action Oriented, A Hebraic Perspective. There are companion audios that correspond to this teaching. Here is the Link to Messianic Lifestyles Magazine’s Remnant Radio Show, which is the show that this teaching was [Read On]

How to Approach God to Worship Him

I have been thinking and considering over the last several months an important question…How Do We Approach God to Worship Him? How do we approach Yahweh who is the Creator of the Universe and the King? This article is Part 2 in the series Praise Worship & Prayer: Intertwined and Action Oriented, A Hebraic Perspective. [Read On]